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February 19, 2007
The Right Man

The GOP is desperate for a real conservative. Can Mitt Romney contort himself to become one? And what if he does?

February 19, 2007
Freedom to Backstab

Anthony Romero, head of the ACLU, America’s most important free-speech organization, has been accused of lying, among other transgressions—by his own mentor. Who said liberties had to be civil?

February 12, 2007
Happy Family

Hillary Clinton throws Chuck Schumer a book party. Thirty minutes later, all the guests were still hungry for attention.

February 12, 2007
The Erector Set

The opening of several exhibitions seeking to rehab the legacy of the city’s master builder, Robert Moses, kicked off a parade of heavy construction equipment last week.

February 12, 2007
Kerry Kid Goes Hollywood

Waspy pic not about her dad.

February 12, 2007
American Jeremiad

A harrowing ride up the proverbial creek and into the beating, bleeding heart of RFK Jr.

February 5, 2007
Generation W

Students who came of age during the Bush administration respond to the State of the Union, with help from William Safire and Ted Sorensen.

February 5, 2007
Not in Kansas

Senator Hillary Clinton’s disclosure that The Wizard of Oz was one of her three favorite movies set the week’s tone in the Emerald City.

February 5, 2007
City Council Gets a Bit Pissy

Over new sidewalk pissoirs.

February 5, 2007
The Loneliest President

What’s going on in George Bush’s mind? A psychopolitical survey.

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